A true freestyle classic-born in 96' and still evolving to meet today's versatile pro's demands. The Salomon Dialogue Snowboard boot will grind a wall or slip past that powder bomb hole without looking back. A natural on any fun feature, our favorite freestyle boot will hit anything from park and pipe to box and rail. The skate-inspired make blends solid support with moderate flexion and uses a Zero G sole that absorbs impact from ice-hard landings. Powerlace Pro cinches in one pull and prevents the need to retie, while a custom fit liner reduces pressure points and won't pack out or break down like old-style bladders.
Liner: Balance liners - balance your foot inside your boots and disperse lace tension into a balance building harness. Balance level 2
Lacing: Powerlace Pro- Single pull lacing is easy, but it doesn't always lock each zone, that's why we created Powerlace Pro. Straight up the easiest, most advanced dual zone lacing system of all time-with the fastest lace block on the....well, block.
Flex Rating: 7
Outsole: Zero G: Double Barrel Balance - injected EVA structure, ultra soft compressed EVA heel counter, fore foot energy pods to strike the perfect balance between response and absorption.
Mystic footbeds: The only antimicrobial footbed in snowboarding that increases blood circulation, prevents fatigue and embodies natural healing from the bottom of your feet to the top of your head.
-All Boots stretch out about 1/2 size. It is normal to have a smaller boot size than your shoe size to compensate for the boots stretching and getting "BIGGER" from how they feel in the store.
-Make sure to work with a boot tech person to fit the boot to the "SHAPE" of your foot. Fit Shape is vital to the performance of any brand of boot. Be sure to walk around in the boots(10-15min) fully laced to help make sure they are the correct shape for your foot.
-For improved fit and comfort consider adding a CUSTOM FOOTBED like "Superfeet" that is properly matched to your arch shape. This will help the boot anatomically support your foot which will reduce pressure points and securely hold your foot in place.
-Spend some time choosing your boots. They are the most important piece of gear you'll buy.